Bryn y Ddafad Country Guest House
Stay at Bryn-y-Ddafad for a truly Welsh experience you will never forget.
You, the guest are our priority and we promise we will do all we can to make your stay relaxing, enjoyable and memorable. Holders of the Croesco Cynnes Cymraeg (Warm, Welsh Welcome) award.
Discover this magical corner of Wales within easy reach of Cardiff, the vibrant Capital City of Wales. The historic town of Cowbridge, a fantastic place to eat and shop lies 3 miles away.
An ideal touring base for S.E. Wales, close to the M4 with the unspoilt Heritage Coast, the Gower, the Brecon Beacons and the South Wales Valleys all within easy reach.
Relax in this peaceful rural location surrounded by panoramic views and enjoy our scrumptious Welsh breakfast with a choice of dishes from a traditional Welsh breakfast with Laverbread to a variety of fish and vegetarian options.
All the bedrooms have en-suite or private facilities, flat screen televisions, hairdryers and comprehensive hospitality trays .
First floor residents' lounge and ground floor conservatory with access to large private garden and patio.
Ground floor annex, ideal for guests with limited mobility.
Safe off-road parking.
Major debit and credit cards accepted.
Storage and clothes drying facilities for golfers, walkers and cyclists.
Laundry service available.
Please note the accommodation is strictly non-smoking and there are no designated smoking areas within the property or grounds.
Self catering option is available in the annex, minimum stay 3 nights.
Please visit the ‘About the Area’ Pages of our website for extensive tourist information.
Discounts for two night stays and for short breaks of up to15% off one night prices. Please visit our website for details and availability. Enter the date of the first night of your stay and the number of nights and the grid will display the room(s)and the total cost of your stay.
You may book on-line or contact us by telephone or e-mail.
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This page was last updated: 19 May 2015